No more boarding passess needed when airlines use facial recognition instead

I see a future where you decide to go somewhere, push a button on your phone and get a ride to the airport, walk on to the plan and have ground transportation arranged to your final destination where anything you need is waiting in your room. Anything that eases the paperwork is a good thing. […]

How to Be Unstoppable in 30 Behaviorial Steps

I admire life/psychology/behavior hackers. They’re ever-testing, always-growing and often are happy to prolifically share their findings. I’m all for optimizing life, so I often find myself reading posts from notable writers and experimenters like Benjamin hardy. In his recent Thrive Global post, Benjamin draws you in with a headline you just can’t help but click […]

The First Few Hours of Your Day Have a High Impact on Your Life

The alarm clock goes off and what do the majority of us do? Grab our phone and get the day’s updates in email, news and social media. Whether we realize it or not, we’ve just give over our most valuable time to responding to demands and thoughts of others.  Even if you’re not a very early […]

Happy 10th Birthday iPhone -How It’s Revolutionized Your Life!

Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since the 1st iPhone was announced. I remembered the excitement, and then in June standing in line to get my hands on that 1st of it’s kind of device. Since then we have all kinds of copycat devices like Samsung, Google, and others that have tried to copy […]

Slack Welcomes Microsoft to Messaging With Full-Page Letter That Echoes Apple’s Famous ‘Seriously’ Ad

 By Kristina Monllos November 2, 2016, 11:15 AM EDT Advertising & Branding Slack co-founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield boasted about the ad on Twitter. Twitter: @stewart Slack founders are taking marketing lessons from Steve Jobs. The workplace communication company took out a full-page ad in today’s New York Times, ahead of Microsoft’s Office event which […]